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to bring to a vote the needed relief for our fellow americans suffering from hurricane sandy is an outrage. an outrage. then they let the session enwithout reoff -- re theiring the violence against women act. they left a normally bipartisan piece of legislation expire for the first time since 1994, putting women across the country at risk, all because they wanted to refuse to protect vulnerable populations like immigrants and native americans and members of the lgbt community. and now with priorities like that, you're not going to be surprised what i'm going to share with you. no emily's list conducted research on independent women voters. not democrats or republicans. independents, in battlegrounds states and what we found was really quite stunning. the women we surveyed were not impressed with congress. what is stunning is that 77% of these independent women voters -- 77% -- said that congress was, quote, old, out of touch male politicians who don't have a clue what life is like for people like them, end quote. and i'm pretty sure if we had a poll on new year's eve, that number would be
they hope first responders. we talk a lot about realities of people impacted negatively by hurricane sandy, who were displaced, tragedy families went through. one of the most troubling recalls who received for the election protection hot line was a call from a cat to another unit at 8000 out-of-state workers and they came from all 50 states and none of them because they were deployed last minute had done absentee ballots. and they all were disenfranchised because they hope their fellow americans, but there were no provisions for them to vote. the governor says it's a state of the for their own in terminal first responders, to think about the thousands of out-of-state responders. and we did right at the last minute to a lot of these governors in the various states. the roots of all 50 states to save please absentee ballots, emergency process, implement for out-of-state workers. but i think the response was definitely less than desirable. so at that i will stop when we come back on recommendations i've got a whole lot to say they are. thank you so much. >> i hope it is a whole lot in one min
, and the lakes that secular state and in the rocky shores and sandy beaches of the seacoast. we see it in every town and city. the awe-inspiring beauty of our natural resources is critical to our hunting, fishing and tourism industries. it attracts businesses a notch for nurse to new hampshire and it is critical to the quality of a deal he lives. [applause] but what i love most about new hampshire is the all hands on deck eat those of our people. whenever there is a challenge, our people are ready to help in pitch and. we are a state that combines independence and community as nowhere else. but that it does requires we fully include all people of talent and energy in the life of our state. inclusiveness is part of our history. new hampshire is at the forefront to save the union and end slavery. over the decades of local waves of new citizens for the irish and french canadian immigrant with an 18th century, to immigrants from nepal, bhutan and all around the world who are reinvigorating our state today. we are a model for putting those men and women in our political process, exemplified today wh
to combat crime. the emergency responses to the hurricane and tropical storm isaac and sandy. they are doing a better job of collecting taxes. and this administration has really done a lot to tackle houses shortages, promote direct investment and expand basic services for haitians. immortality administration has made provisional electricity an emergency action that they are focusing on. u.s. aid helped the government. probably the biggest problem with the electricity generation is that very few people pay for the electricity. that's about a a whole in the budget from 100 to 200 million. frankly. and industry. and there's a terrific discussion of the problems and shelter earlier, and, you know, removing -- i think if you haven't been to port-au-prince recently the thing that will strike you as they pointed out the rubble is almost all gone from downtown. you see the far suburbs. and the tents especially the tents around the airport and other places they're gone. they asked for a redoubling effort to get rid of the it's last tent camps and we've moved money around in that regard. but i think t
when you hear from sandy know was devised by mrp it is called joint powers authority. like you have the joint powers authority? a simple answer is they need to create a special purpose vehicle. in with this quick take to take the mortgage and decide how much to pay later. with the analysis you only pay between 70 and 80 percent of the appraised value. mrp has a foreclosure discount for those who are current on the mortgage. with a separate legal entity they take the mortgage to say we pay later. then through the mrp refinance the mortgages through fha. but let me finish. through the program is determined later it was not free market value, the joint powers authority can be bankrupted it and nobody wins but the institutional investor with a pension funds who did not get fair market value now the mortgages are ripped off. >> i did not practice there. i/o lawyer but in fact, the condemning authority deposits with the court after they tried to negotiate with the property owner, they deposit what they think the value is worth then the property owner can take the money and still contest t
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